Our latest Equity Market Minute throws a splash of cold water on the emerging-markets trade as the group faces a perfect storm of dollar strength, falling bond prices and policy risks.
The asset flow to environmental, social and governance (ESG) funds is driving a proliferation of new products and competition.
The Reserve Bank of India announced an important regulatory change during the latest monetary policy review, which reduces banks’ demand for government bonds by around 2% of aggregate deposits.
Interval funds have exploded to $19 billion in assets by going where ETFs and mutual funds can't.
Momentum ETFs, the best performers among factor-based funds this year, differ in methodologies but tend to have one thing in common: heavy exposure to technology.
In the wider scheme of investing and market performance, the 2018 commodity recovery to May 31 is a rounding error -- it promises to gain significance.
Divergent strength in April-May is a key takeaway as metals enter the summer. Despite the strongest two months for the dollar in almost two years, metals have simply marked time, backing up into good support levels.
Knocked around by trade tension as the Northern Hemisphere enters growing season, the grains, comprising the majority of agricultural commodities, should come out with higher prices.
Absent further geopolitical risk, the energy bull appears past its prime, with crude oil-led prices signaling a May peak and underlying dynamics favoring a natural-gas rally.
This week’s Equity Market Minute from Bloomberg Intelligence walks through the impact of recent currency movements on the outlook for global equity markets.